Almost all...........Great replies from all here . . .. ::chevy::
If I caught my son vaping or smoking, I would help him smoke. All he wants. As much as he can. As many as he can fit in his mouth wrapped with tape, and handcuffed . He can have all he wants till he pukes. I'd make sure he enjoyed his big man's delicacy. I may end up in jail, but he won't end up in the iron lung.
Yep no sympathy here for the kid. Crying about losing permission to drive his parents truck. There are kids out there tonight with no food or shelter....Is this a joke or something? Plenty of tools here consoling the poor neglected brat...Lesson is make your own money and buy your own things.
I didnt grow up fortunate enough to have parents with money so I'll never understand or have sympathy for kids that have parents that buy them "new" vehicles.
“Be a leader, not a follower”!
But you defeated your argument by not vaping he is a follower, he made his choice right or wrong he made it. personally I gave up cigs for vaping and couldn’t be happier feel so much better and cigs smell disgusting to me now. But I do enjoy a nice cigar now and again. Nobody knows the long term effects of vaping but the few studies that have been done say it’s safer then cigs. Also studies on nicotine yes it’s highly addictive but it’s no more damaging to your body then caffeine other then how it’s taken.
I'm not going to get into the whole 'is vaping ok?' or 'should OPs parents have taken his truck away?' arguments; it's not my place to tell anyone what to do with their life, nor how to parent their child.Life lessons. Learn from them or be consumed by them.
Change your friends and be accountable. You can’t do this alone. Find new friends and seek out help. Find someone that has your best interest in mind. Me, I went to a rehab center. Got clean and turned my life around.
At 16, I thought/knew my father was a moron,.
When I was 26, I was surprised how much wisdom he had to share.
At 36, I used many of his guiding words, at 46, my wife says "your just like your father" and I grin.
At 56, I explain the above to the younger generation, my dad did a good job, just try to skip step one.
Generally speaking, reliability isn't among the reasons people love their Jeeps.trading for a 2015 jeep wrangler unlimited rubicon with 44k on it
Wow, that statement is a little harsh, but that is your parenting style. Not really a bunch of fools here consoling the so called neglected brat. Just a couple of older guys, with a little wisdom under their belt trying to shed some light on the young member, in hopes that he can learn something and help him make better decisions. Might say trying to reel him back in before he gets too far gone. Sorry you do not agree. That is your opinion and you are entitled to that.Yep no sympathy here for the kid. Crying about losing permission to drive his parents truck. There are kids out there tonight with no food or shelter....Is this a joke or something? Plenty of tools here consoling the poor neglected brat...